Yeah, honest definitely has to play better. Hey has to develop a mid range jump shot, a floater, that 9 ft to 12 ft game. That 18 ft game has to come. It is a must, you know, a Z players develop, and as they grow and as they advance in the playoffs, having the ability to knock down those shots is is paramount to their success. Um, I think about the playoffs last year and how they he was defended by Ban by the bio and then crowded in many other circumstances. And when, When? When? When the honest puts the ball on the deck because of how physically imposing he is, you have tow Defenders have come to the realization that he's not going to get to that mid that mid stripe line in the key and run a floater where the defense isn't there yet. He's committed to the basket, and that's good in the regular season. That's good for all of his natural skills. But when you understand that defense is our game planning for areas of the court that are your sweet spots, they are crowding parts of the court where you tend to get Ah, lot of success. You have to be able to make adjustments. You have to have a floater game. You have to have a left hand runner. The game is evolved. The idea that that Yanez could just be a big and be imposing and have that spell success those days are done. Uh, if you look at some of the highlights of Kevin being guarded by honest in the past, you understand the difference in their games because of Kevin's shiftiness and hiss salesmanship, because he's not quite as imposing as as you honest. He's learned those nuance of salesmanship that Yannis doesn't have yet on top of not being able to shoot. And if he had that, he become so much more effective. It's something that Luca has right in space salesmanship. He's not overwhelming you because he's 68 It's the fact that he's 68 He has all these other intangibles and salesmanship on top of it that you have to buy everything he's selling. He can really hit the step back from either foot. You can really hazy and show you a floater, and you have to respect that floater and then he gets to the basket. Uh, and Yannis doesn't have that when you put the ball on the deck and bam is the help defense. Bam knows he has to defend at the key at the rim, whereas when James Harden is making that approach to Bam, Bam has to contend with the fact that he might get your old around. Or he might get the floater in the middle of the key or if they over commit James's smart enoughto deliver a pass and make them pay. And I think those elements of Yannis game have to grow. They have to, on top of his shooting.